Patients with more than 41,000 patients over seven years need new hips or knees last year, checks have been reported
- Due to obesity last year, seven teenage girls aged 15 to 19 years had to change the hip
- Joint Operations NHS is believed to cost over £ 200 million
- Experts and MPs said that statistics include & # 39; shock waves & # 39; Sends & # 39; awesome & # 39; Is there.
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Patients over 41,000, including seven year olds, need new hips or knees last year, found an investigation.
In the last 12 months, 25,577 patients had knee replacement and 16,184 were hip operations, where obesity was the main factor behind the decision to undergo surgery.
In the Sunday Times report, these combined transfer operations cost about 5,000 pounds and more than 40,000 procedures have been taken in 2017-2018.
Last year, there were thousands of people with hip replacement for teenage girls aged seven, 15 and 19 years old.
In the last 12 months there were hip operations, including adolescents, including knee migration and 16,184 adolescents, to 25,577 patients, where obesity was a major cause of the surgery (file picture)
The National Obesity Forum chairman Tom Fry said that in fact the teenagers were included in the number & # 39; horrible & # 39;
He said: 'Unfortunately, more adults and children will be needed jointly in the coming years.' & # 39;
Shadow Health Secretary John Ashworth said: 'The fact is that teenage girls have hip replacement too, because obesity shocks waves by ministers' offices.'
The statistics of the Sunday Times show that the number of patients transplant surgery increased from 6,191 in 2009-10 to 41,761 in 2017-18.
Conclusions have brought new calls to be re-classified as a disease for obesity.
Obesity is a growing problem in the UK and worldwide, with almost half of Britons and one in five people worldwide, expected to be extremely liquefied by 2045.
In the last year's research, it has also been found that 1.4 billion people do not exercise enough of a quarter of adults with an inactive life.
The Royal College of Physicians said earlier this week that people should not be found guilty of having fat, and said that they are known as obese diseases (file painting).
The Royal College of Physicians said earlier this week that people should not be guilty of having fat, and said obesity should be recognized as a chronic illness so that very overweight people can get expert care.
Professor Godard said: 'It is the governments, not the individuals, who can influence food environment through regulation and taxation and through the control and affordability of food.
The government can promote physical activity by ensuring that the local community is available and available through the law and public health initiatives. & # 39;
Public Health England announces this day after the 10th birthday of the English children declining to eat 18 years of sugar eaten.
P.E.E. It says that a 10 year old person has already used 304 lbs (138 kg) of sugar in his lifetime – more than the maximum recommendation of the 18-year-old.
Public Health England said they work with the food industry and campaign to make food healthier and to drive and to make families more active.
How the government is trying to stop generosity
Proposed plans to ban the number of calories in pizza, pies and ready meals were announced last year to reduce and reduce obesity as part of a stable government.
In April, the tax on sugar added to the drinks was implemented, which is necessary for the companies to give more money from the drink, which has more than 5 grams of sugar per 100 liters.
As a result, many soft drinks have changed their recipes to pay taxes and stop prices. Sugar drinks are the biggest source of sugar for children and adolescents.
The government is planning to mandate all the restaurants and fast food outlets to display the number of calories in each meal on their menu.
Some food outlets already do this, but there may be unauthorized calories in popular recipes, and before the decision is made in the spring, the government seeks advice from the government.
In March this year, Public Health England warned briticians to reduce the number of calories they eat, so that people do not eat more than 1,600 daily.
The Watchtower says that adults should not eat 400 calories for breakfast, 600 for lunch and 600 for dinner – this will allow some snacks.
Examples of 600-calorie meal include toona pasta salads and small grain bars, a chicken salad sandwich and crystals pack, or half-paper pie, which include one quarter garlic bagut and banana.